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The screen-like structure of the new building in contrast with the old house

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Architect Jean-Francois Milou and homeowner Lysa Goh

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Each room frames an interior garden within the thickness of the facade

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Pool adjacent to the facade screens

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The spacious open air kitchen at the back of the conservation house

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Greenery permeating into corner spaces of the house

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A bedroom in the new house which looks out into the garden

Building Against The Odds

A French architect overcomes building obstacles to give a couple the home of their dreams.
May 13, 2017 5:50 AM

George and Lysa Goh thought they struck gold, when they bought a plot of land off Holland Road a few years ago. The 2000 sq m plot of land had a house in the middle, built in the 1930s for a British civil servant.

"We both liked conservation houses, and this was one of the last pieces of

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